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Synopsis

memcp [options] --servers <hostname[:port]...> <file...>

Copy files to a collection of memcached servers.

Description

memcp copies one or more files into memcached(1) servers. It is similar to the standard UNIX cp(1) command.

The key names will be the names of the files, without any directory path.

Options

--help

Display help.

--version

Display version.

--quiet

Operate quietly.

--verbose

Operate more verbosely.

--debug

See --verbose.

--servers <list of servers>

Specify the list of servers as hostname[:port][,hostname[:port]...].

--binary

Enable binary protocol.

--expire <expiration>

Use expiration seconds (or a UNIX timestamp).

--flag <number>

Use number as flag.

--hash <algorithm>

Use algorithm as key hash algo. See memcached_behavior_t::MEMCACHED_BEHAVIOR_HASH.

--username <username>

Use username for SASL authentication.

--password <password>

Use password for SASL authentication.

--udp

Enable UDP operation mode.

--buffer

Enable internal buffering of commands.

--set

Issue SET command(s). This is the default mode. See also --add and --replace.

--add

Issue ADD command(s).

--replace

Issue REPLACE command(s).

Environment

MEMCACHED_SERVERS

Specify the list of servers.

See Also

memcached(1) libmemcached(3) memcached_behavior(3)

Referenced By

libmemcached(3).

Aug 10, 2022 1.1 libmemcached-awesome